DNC lawyers TWEET election cyber attack demands documents in WikiLeaks

DNC lawyers tweeted on WikiLeaks to serve the group in their lawsuit for an election cyber attack on Friday

The Democratic National Committee used Twitter to deliver its lawsuit to WikiLeaks after failing to reach the group through conventional methods.

On Friday, the new Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC Twitter account, @ProcessServiceC, Published a tweet that read: & # 39; @wikileaks By court order, you are being delivered the following legal documents & # 39; and it is linked to four documents.

Among the documents were the citation and the official complaint, both filed with the court on April 20.

DNC lawyers tweeted on WikiLeaks to serve the group in their lawsuit for an election cyber attack on Friday

DNC lawyers tweeted on WikiLeaks to serve the group in their lawsuit for an election cyber attack on Friday

Among the four documents that were linked to the DNC lawyers tweet was the official subpoena (shown), which had been filed on April 20.

Among the four documents that were linked to the DNC lawyers tweet was the official subpoena (shown), which had been filed on April 20.

Among the four documents that were linked to the DNC lawyers tweet was the official subpoena (shown), which had been filed on April 20.

Cohen Milstein is the firm that represents the DNC in its lawsuit against the election campaign of President Trump, the Russian government, WikiLeaks and others, about the alleged cyber attack of 2016 against the Democratic political party, which aimed to help influence the elections in favor of Trump.

The tweet, posted at 9:52 a.m., tagged the verified Twitter identifier of WikiLeaks.

CBS News reported that Cohen Milstein's lawyers resorted to the unusual method of filing a lawsuit via Twitter because they could not deliver the lawsuit to the WikiLeaks group via email.

To use the Twitter method, the DNC had to file a motion before a federal court in New York. The motion was filed in July and the consent was granted by a federal judge.

In the motion, the lawyers argued that using Twitter made sense because WikiLeaks uses the social networking platform regularly. The motion also stated that the group's founder, Julian Assange, is a regular user of Twitter and that at least one person in WikiLeaks had read the DNC's request, based on a tweet dated April 21.

DNC lawyers filed a motion in federal court to use Twitter as a method of reaching out in July

DNC lawyers filed a motion in federal court to use Twitter as a method of reaching out in July

DNC lawyers filed a motion in federal court to use Twitter as a method of reaching out in July

A judge approved the request after DNC lawyers wrote that they had not been able to contact WikiLeaks through conventional methods, including email.

A judge approved the request after DNC lawyers wrote that they had not been able to contact WikiLeaks through conventional methods, including email.

A judge approved the request after DNC lawyers wrote that they had not been able to contact WikiLeaks through conventional methods, including email.

DNC lawyers said WikiLeaks members actively used Twitter and that this April 21 tweet indicated that WikiLeaks had read the lawsuit that had been filed the previous day.

DNC lawyers said WikiLeaks members actively used Twitter and that this April 21 tweet indicated that WikiLeaks had read the lawsuit that had been filed the previous day.

DNC lawyers said WikiLeaks members actively used Twitter and that this April 21 tweet indicated that WikiLeaks had read the lawsuit that had been filed the previous day.

Trump's campaign and one of his sons are also named in the DNC's lawsuit. On July 6, Trump tweeted that they had won the lawsuit, but it seems that it is still in progress

Trump's campaign and one of his sons are also named in the DNC's lawsuit. On July 6, Trump tweeted that they had won the lawsuit, but it seems that it is still in progress

Trump's campaign and one of his sons are also named in the DNC's lawsuit. On July 6, Trump tweeted that they had won the lawsuit, but it seems that it is still in progress

The DNC lawsuit, which also names Trump, focuses on the fact that WikiLeaks published almost 20,000 emails that were allegedly stolen from DNC servers before the 2016 elections.

The DNC lawsuit, which also names Trump, focuses on the fact that WikiLeaks published almost 20,000 emails that were allegedly stolen from DNC servers before the 2016 elections.

It was said that the stolen emails were largely related to the candidate Hillary Clinton.

It was said that the stolen emails were largely related to the candidate Hillary Clinton.

The DNC lawsuit, which also names the Trump campaign, focuses on the fact that WikiLeaks published nearly 20,000 emails that are said to have been stolen from DNC servers before the 2016 elections and largely related to the candidate Hillary Clinton (Trump and Clinton in 2018).

The management of WikiLeaks, followed by 5.4 million users, seems to tweet daily.

The Twitter method had previously been used in California, when a court decided that it was a reasonable way to notify the defendant of the lawsuit, that by chance he had an active Twitter presence.

Although Trump tweeted on July 6 that he has just won a lawsuit filed by the DNC and a group of crazy Democrats trying to claim the Trump Campaign (and others), conspired with Russia, & # 39; it seems as if the demand is still very active.

Before the 2016 elections, WikiLeaks published almost 20,000 emails that are said to have been stolen from DNC's private servers. It is said that the emails were lifted by a group of hackers that is believed to be run by the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Russian government, also known as GRU.

It was said that most of the emails were related to the presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

WikiLeaks also published thousands of private e-mails lifted from the president of the Clinton presidential campaign in 2016, John Podesta.

WikiLeaks has not yet tweeted about the lawsuit since Cohen Milstein used Twitter to deliver the lawsuit on Friday.

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